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How to create a vpn server on centos and how

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I want to create a vpn server on windows machine or linux machine
i heared about openvpn but not got stuck  when configure  so i need to know some best tool who can permorm my this task
and my ideo is that i install a vpn server on linux macjine and install a client on windows the browse on windows machine by vpn server ip adress
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Ya bro i see that but i want some other
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You can take a look to this video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmCzujDd1d0
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You could look at Untangle firewall,  Is does use OpenVPN, but it is an appliance:

http://www.untangle.com/Products/untangle-libitem-lite-package
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i saw that open vpn is not free anymore
so i need a open source vpn software
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OpenVpn is free and open source, it's just the OpenVPN Server with the web interface how is more user friendly witch allow only two connexion for free.

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is there any other option beyond openvpn??
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Less secure than open VPN you can make a PPTP connexion on your Windows server or Centos your choice

Centos
http://blog.doylenet.net/?p=17

Windows
http://wireless.gumph.org/content/6/4/012-howto-xp-pptp-vpn-server.html
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Or maybe simpler and more secure than PPTP a SSH server ?

http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/Network/SecuringSSH
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Thanks
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